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Legislative Memos

Memorandum of Support - S.9086 (Parker) / A.9472 (Magnarelli)

S.9086 (Parker)/ A.9472 (Magnarelli) – AN ACT to amend the public service law and the public authorities law, in relation to creating a resilient electric vehicle charging system pilot program The Independent Power Producers of New York, Inc. (IPPNY) is New York’s premier trade association dedicated to representing the largest fleet of clean energy generators in New York State and companies involved in: the competitive power supply industry; the development of electric generating facilities; the generation, sale, and marketing of electric...

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Press Releases

IPPNY Statement on Public Service Commissioner Confirmations

Today, the New York State Senate confirmed Governor Kathy Hochul’s nominees to the Public Service Commission: Denise Sheehan of NY-BEST and Uchenna Bright of Environmental Entrepreneurs. It is a crucial time for the State as the Commission works to determine what will be considered a zero emissions source. IPPNY supports New York’s clean energy transition and will continue to provide the necessary solutions for the State to work towards achieving its climate goals in a reliable, safe, and affordable manner. IPPNY...

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Press Releases

IPPNY Celebrates 25 Years of Market Competition in the Electricity Sector

Today, the Independent Power Producers of New York, Inc. (IPPNY) issued an advocacy piece highlighting the significant achievement of the 25th anniversary of competitive electricity markets in New York State. “The Power of Markets: 25 Years of Innovation Through Competition in New York” booklet, distributed at IPPNY’s annual Clean Energy Spring Conference, demonstrated the benefits of market competition within the sector and how it is the best approach for New York to reach its aggressive climate mandates. The piece outlines the...

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